The group show More Than Friends will include the work of: Tyler Beard, Mindy Bray, Beau Carey, Amelia Carley, Jaime Carrejo, Theresa Clowes, Amber Cobb, Monique Crine, Heather Doyle-Maier, Tobias Fike, Ian Fisher, Matthew Harris, Conor King, Eric Portis, Adam Milner, Margaret Neumann, Gretchen Marie Schaefer, Laura Shill, Sarah Wallace Scott, Natasha Seideneck, Joel Swanson, Derrick Velasquez, & David Zimmer. The exhibit runs through January 10th 2016.
Designed by Mike Mancarella and fabricated in stainless steel by Junoworks
Ironton is seeking submissions for 2015 exhibitions. Ironton Studios & Gallery is a
privately owned space committed to supporting the livelihood of the arts by hosting
exhibits and other proposed events throughout the year. The artist’s chosen will have
the responsibility, including financial, of installing and directing their show. These
exhibitions might include but are not limited to; an individual artist exhibition,
installation art, a juried exhibition, a group show, artist’s talks, poetry readings, and
performance events. We are interested in both traditional and non-traditional uses of
our exhibition space. Please become familiar with the gallery before submitting, visit
the space Monday- Friday 10 am –4pm and Saturdays 12-4pm.
First Friday July 4th from 7-11pm. Come by and we'll buy you a tamale or two!
Artist Stephen Batura's painterly exploration of historical photography has been hard to miss. He's been re-creating century-old images for a good 15 years now and showing the works — often big — in a big way. His current exhibit, "Stream," at Ironton Studios & Gallery takes things even further. Batura has created a 17-panel work that stretches 110 feet along the gallery walls. The piece collects and reinterprets data from 17 old photos of various Colorado locations. Batura, who usually shows at Robischon Gallery, made it especially for Ironton's expansive space at the request of its gallery director, Jill Hadley Hooper. More at the Denver Post
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Enter via the public sculpture garden and feel like you’ve been invited to hang with the cool kids. Housed in a former garage, Ironton hosts a thriving artists’ community and sells work by these and other local artists at its 11 annual shows. More of 5280 here.